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Is sucre caramel vegan?

Sucre caramel is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sucre caramel?

Sucre caramel is a French term that translates to caramel sugar. It is a popular ingredient in French cuisine and is known for its distinct sweet and nutty flavor. This caramelized sugar is made by melting granulated sugar in a pan until it turns into a rich amber color. The process of caramelizing the sugar involves the Maillard reaction, which gives it its characteristic flavor and color. Sucre caramel is often used as a topping for desserts such as crème brûlée, but it can also be used in savory dishes to add depth and complexity to the flavor profile. Its versatility makes it a staple in many professional kitchens and home cooks alike.

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